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The term GUI refers to a graphical user interface. It's a visual representation of communication that the user sees in order to interact with the computer more easily. Users can use a mouse, a stylus, or even their finger to manipulate things on the screen.

Git GUI is a graphical user interface for Git written in Tcl/Tk. It focuses on letting users to make changes to their repository by creating branches, conducting local merges, and fetching/pushing to remote repositories.

All you have to do is type 'open.' in Finder to open the current directory, then click the Git button to launch the git gui.

The direct manipulation of graphical icons such as buttons, scroll bars, windows, tabs, menus, and cursors would become the standard of user-centered design in software application programming, allowing users to naturally use computers and other electronic devices.

Look for the "Remote" option in the top menu of the Git GUI. When you click this, you should see "Fetch From" –> Origin. As soon as you select this option, a new window should pop up, showing the progress of the changes from the beginning. Press "Close" after the green bar with the success message displays.

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